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How To: Preserve tracks properly during your expedition

Whether it's research, a school project or term paper, going on an expedition, what have you, having to preserve animal tracks should be a part of your bag of tricks that you can do. But don't just grab some random plaster of paris and just start pouring. Check out this video first and learn how to properly preserve the animal tracks that you find in the wild.

How To: Restore an old film photograph in Adobe Photoshop

Want to preserve an old family photograph for posterity without also preserving the physical imperfections of the print? Touch it up with Photoshop. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular image editing software or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video tutorial from the folks at Britec Computer Systems. This video offers a step-by-step guide on how to restore images within Adobe Photoshop.

How To: Mute the vuvuzela sounds from an audio recording

If you are watching the World Cup live and the vuvuzelas are driving you slowly (or quickly) insane, this video isn't going to help, sorry. However, if you are recording the World Cup or working with someone else's recordings of it, it is possible to almost completely eliminate the sound of the vuvuzelas while mixing in Garageband or another audio editing program. This video will show you how to create the proper parametric EQ's and mute the vuvuzelas while preserving the rest of the audio tr...

How To: Remove photo paper texture from old photos

Want to digitally preserve an old photograph without also preserving the imperfections of the physical photo paper? With Adobe Photoshpo, it's easy. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular image editing software or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video tutorial from the folks at Britec Computer Systems. This video offers a step-by-step guide on how to remove unwanted physical textures from your digital images.

How To: Preserve identity with Photoshop

When you watch the news or a television show where someone doesn't want to be identified, it is common to see the face blurred out or obscured. In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to blur someone's face in an image and preserve or hide their identity. So if you are producing videos or podcasts or need to hide part of an image, this tutorial will show you how to do it in Photoshop.

How To: Pick blackberries and make blackberry jam

These days, with so many digital distractions clogging the cloud - Twitter, Facebook, Blackberries, and iPads just to name a few - very few of us spend quality time just talking and cooking and eating with those we love. Take some time out to remember what it felt like to move without a Wii remote by learning how to pick blackberries and preserve jam.

How To: Can peaches

Canning is one of the best ways to preserving foods and comes in handy during emergency situations. This is perfect way to keep food preserved for a long period of time, when going outside would be a bad idea. In this video, you'll find out what you need to do in order to can peaches properly. So pay attention and good luck!

How To: Preserve extra lemons

If you grow lemons, you've probably realized that the average person does not need a whole treeload of fresh lemons to meet their immediate lemon needs. Rather than pitching them or squirting them into the eyes of one of your enemies, watch this video. It will teach you how to preserve the lemons in the refrigerator, turning them into a delicious condiment for meat, salads, and other dishes.

How To: Prepare Thai sun dried beef jerky

People have been drying foods in the sun for more than 1,000 years. You can dry meats, fishs, vegetables, or fruits. It's a remarkable way to preserve and store delicacies for a long time. Thai beef jerky is no different. It must be dried, preserved and cooked. Serve this with rice or as a snack.

How To: Make Preserved Lemons

One of the great joys of cooking is taking the most basic of foods and preparing them in new and exciting ways. About two years ago, my wife opened my eyes to a delicious staple of Indian and Moroccan cuisine that is made in a very elementary way, the preserved lemon.

How To: Produce a drum and bass track using Reason 4

Drum and bass started off as a subgenre of Jungle and has since become one of the biggest types of electronic dance music on Earth. If you have Reason 4 and want to start producing drum and bass tracks, you've found the perfect place to start. This video will teach you how to make a DnB song from scratch over seven days using Reason 4.

How To: Make linear tracks on the Technik Skater

Watch this professional cinematography video to learn how to make linear tracks on the P+S Technik SKATER Mini dolly to better utilize and maximize its performance. It's actually extremely fast to get the Skater ready to shoot. Learn how to make straight tracks inward as well as a typical linear tracking shot. View final footage of the Skater used on professional film sets.

How To: Motion track using a variety of software programs

Most of the 3D modeling tutorial videos out there work within one program or at most two, often Photoshop in conjunction with a 3D modeling program like Maya. This video will walk you through a complete project using four program: 3DS MAX for modeling, Boujou for 3D tracking, Photoshop for texture editing, and finally After Effects for compositing. If you have all of those programs and want to create a seriously good-looking image, look no further.

How To: Preserve your Halloween Jack-O'-Lantern to keep it looking fresh

Carving Jack-O'-Lanterns is actually one of the safest parts of Halloween, despite the sharp knives involved. There are all kinds of techniques and styles, and this video will give you some great tips to help your pumpkin carving. It includes tips for keeping your pumpkin from getting mold and making it smell nice, and also advice on the use of foam pumpkins for those who want to eschew the mess of using the real thing.

How To: Refine Illustrator vector art in Flash Catalyst CS5

Whether you're new to the Adobe graphic design suite or a seasoned graphic arts professional after a general overview of CS5's most vital new features, you're sure to be well served by this official video tutorial from the folks at Adobe TV. In it, you'll learn how to take Illustrator CS5 designs into Flash Catalyst and create interactive experiences without writing code. Refine your vector art in Illustrator while preserving the structure and interactivity you added in Flash Catalyst.

How To: Make 15mm scale miniatures

This video provides an introduction to building 15mm scale buildings for Warhammer or miniature dioramas. Simulate roofing shingles and with small pieces of cardboard. Create a haunted scene with real spider webs. Preserve tiny spider webs with a protective spray or make miniature spider webs out of milkweed. Build small scale grapevines with toothpicks, wire, and painted leggy moss.

How To: Make a guava souffle with cream cheese

In this Food video tutorial you will learn how to make a guava souffle with cream cheese. Add 400 grams of guava preserve cut in to pieces in to a saucepan, put half a cup of water and heat it. Keep stirring it till it melts. Remove from fire and set it aside. Now beat eight egg whites, pour the hot guava preserve in to the egg white and mix well with a spatula. Scoop the pink mixture in to dry porcelain cups and put them on an oven tray and put it in the oven at 180 degrees. For the cheese s...

How To: Preserve home-grown herbs

Growing your own herbs is easy. So easy, in fact, that you may soon find that you have more than you know what to do with. In this home gardener's guide, Melinda Myers discusses how to store herbs that you've harvested from your home garden.

How To: Lay and ballast O-Scale 3-Rail track

In this tutorial we learn how to lay and ballast O-Scale 3-Rail track. First, lay the track down on a piece of bare plywood. Also, you will paint the wood to prevent it from absorbing liquid when you place glue on it. Put the track down onto a flex bed and then set the flex bed on the wood. From here, place the track onto the road bed and line it up. Make sure the track is centered completely. After this, take a track screw and secure the ends down. Continue to do this throughout the entire t...

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